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if we should sprferl farrell, no? who wants to go next? supervisor farrell owe supervisor wiener. you go first farrell. >> so, this is a hard one i always -- i quickly learned after coming on to the board that i was going to dread the day that sean elsburnd was no longer a colleague and you thought i was going to start with something isn't that correcty. i'm starting with something nice. and this is a very you know a very saturday i know for me and a lot of people and i think we all know being in a position and particularly when you are running from scratch, when you start trying to generate support and something that is hard at the beginning and people are not sure what is going on and it's hard for them to get people to say yes and i still -- sean was the very first person who endorsed me when i ran for a full two years before the election i still remember sitting down and ordering coughity and he said absolutely of course, and sean you have stuck with me through a very hard campaign and coming on the board even though you are younger than i am you have you have been a mentor to
that is illustrated here on the top and & i apologize it's farrell small its toll lar yeah park which, is compromises because the utilities running under it primarily and you remember in the early early planning face phases of the illinois street bridge they duck taped the creek and it exploded and -- and creek we had to bridge or over it with a 60-inch force main running through the site as well as a private property this the existing shore line in the eastern portion of the park and so working our engining staff we have developed a solution to bridge a walkway over the force main create a bell evidence deer out into the water so people can potentially fish and enjoy the water front and then bridge back over the land the force main again and make this park ada accessible and there is a lot of heavy growth in the park that make it a harbor for the homeless and makes it uncomfortable for people to visit and we are going to clear much that have landscaping away and use natural native san francisco coastal plant to lament and create a place that we think is more inviting to use, more a traghtive and als
, supervisor farrell. >> farrell aye, supermar. kim aye. >> supervisor a loggy eye. wean easer aye. avalos aye. supervisor camp pose aye. chew eye. supervisor chu? . chu eye. supervisor cohen in. aye supervisor elsburnd -- mr. president there are 11 ayes those resolutions are adoptedded and pass the if you could read item six. >> item four is -- excuse me sir, you are out of order. sir you are out of order. thank you. mr. clerk if you could please read items four through six. >> item four is affirming the -- by the planning commission and long rage development plan and number five is reimbursing the certification and number six is contracting the court to prepare findings. >> colleagues you are aware that there have been ongoing discussions about the future of this probability and those discussions have not yet concluded and so i would like to ask at this time to have a motion to continue these items to the second item of the new year this is january 29th motion by supervisor phil seconded by supervisor campos and with that motion, these tolls are continued to the january
consider that legislation next year. >> president chiu: supervisor farrell. >> supervisor farrell: i want to associate my comments with supervisor wiener and president chiu in your comments earlier in your questioning, appreciate the argument on the merits here. i empathize with a number of them but this is not the place. this is a ceqa appeal. i agree with president chiu's question so i will be supporting the -- upholding the eir as well. >> president chiu: supervisor chu. >> supervisor chu: i want to thank the appellants for coming to speak. taking a look at the project itself there are things i support, that will improve the safety of the residents in the area, including the bulbouts and a number of other aspects. the area i'm not so comfortable with is the parking issue. i think that impact is something that unfortunately i would like to see less parking being lost as a result of the improvements. that being said, there is an exemption within ceqa for this kind of a project and because of that, in applying those rules, i think that we need to actually uphold this exemption. and so unf
of the hatches and as well as rising tides, radiology ships ... so they are farrell sophisticated machines to compensate for all of these motions and distances. this is a shot from tell graph hill from the facility when it's finished and you see the northwest plaza and the foreground and the area on the right has to be closed during crews dads for security purpose please but all of the other days they can be open providing access to the other end of the facility. this is another view, you can see the in the foreground of the building is a lobby with the grass enclosuresure and that work is still to be complete and this is another view of the cruise terminal and finally, when we are finished this is what it will look like with our first ship in.. >> looks so big until you see the cruise ship >>> yeah, i think we loss one of the disks that our colleague had brought which shows the initial price request for the second phase of the work as well as the funding >>> while you are doing that roughly for the event space i can't remember what is the square footage of the space that will be a
. supervisor park, farrell? supervisor mar. supervisor a loggy eye. supervisor wiener? supervisor avalos? interfere campos and president chew ooaye and supervisor chew and supervisor elsburnd eye. therefore 11 aye's mr. president. the resolution are adopted. mr. clerk if you can called item 39 seniority lottery. >> pursuant to tower .6 tuan mr. clerk if you could proceed. i have included two names in the drum supervisor nor man and derek evan will pull out the name to determine the -- [inaudible] supervisor nor man 83 shabt tenth and following -- slab the 11th in meeting. >> thank you mr. clerk is it chap shall be as you have described and we have six minutes before our 330 special order and so i would like to start our comments root at 330 and so we have a few minutes spue with that i would like to start general public comment with individuals and mr. clerk please read the jeep public comment instructions? this is an opportunity for the public to comment generally within the items subject matter and including items without references to community calendar and speakers usin
to thank supervisor farrell for the great slide show and i know that sean had a great relationship with my predecessor cor cor and when i first came in you sat me down and offered to advise me about everything from flex spending accounts to board of trustees benefits and everything and i'll miss where you are widow dominate and respect for the institution that you brought and i also want to say a good memory as is when we played softball together. on a team against the sheriffs we got beat pretty baddly and so i'll remember us working as a team and thank you for a great service and for being a great colleague on this board. >> thank you sean. >>>. >> ms. olague. for me this is old san francisco values you represent the more 67ive district and you obviously take a lot of pride in your catholic upbringing the fact your irish heritage and i think you represent a lot of those old fashion values that i think are many and a certain kind of add horns to tradition or respect for tradition that i think is admirable, actually and i was reminded of that when you were giving your comments about
. >> supervisor farrell, aye. supervisor kim, aye. supervisor mar, absent. supervisor olague, aye. supervisor wiener, aye. supervisor avalos, aye. supervisor campos, aye. president chiu, aye. supervisor chu, aye. supervisor cohen, aye. supervisor, aye. there are 10 ayes. >> president chiu: those resolutions are adopted and motions approved. could you read the in memoriams. >> on behalf of supervisor elsbernd for sullivan, on behalf of supervisor campos for rodriguez and on behalf of supervisor cohen for russell bradford, supervisor kim for the late thomas west brooke. >> president chiu: anymore business in front of this body? >> that concludes our business. >> president chiu: to everyone a happy holiday, happy new year. we'll see everyone back here on january 8, 2013. we are adjourned. >> welcome to the beautiful historic tea gardens, the oldest in the united states. this provides visitors from around the world to enjoy the natural beauty, harmony and tranquility of the park in the heart of golden gate park. >> as you can see the garden has a wide variety of plants here, almost a hundred spe
story and so i make a most to continue this item to january 15th. >>> seconded by supervisor farrell, colleagues you may do that without objection january 15th. >> we want skip over our three prime minister special orders and our 4:00 p.m. special orders and has had to our committee records which start on page 19. mr. clerk if you could read items 44 through 48. items 44 through 48 is a motion conforming the mayor's appointment toeliot to the committee infrastructure state one. and 45 conform get the mayor's appointment to marlee to the commission of community investment and friction is mayor's appointment of kristine johnson, and forty seven is a motion concerning the appointment of most row exactly less and 48 to the motion conforming the mayor's appointment of to the commission of community investment and structure. >> colleaguing can we take these items in house in call. mr. clack read items 49. >>> item 49 on monday december 12th 2012 and referred to the board as a committee report and so resolution granting revokable trust to occupy a port portion of the right of way to
. they're the rec center for farrell animals. instead of them being over the neighborhood they stay in one place. >> bob: wait until they get in heat and get all the kittens here. >> eric: the california law that ban dogs. >> kimberly: you can't hunt, bears and bobcats. >> dana: that must have happened. someone use their dog to hunt bear or bobcats. as a responsible dog owner i don't think it's the way to utilize the dog. >> bob: going after bears, that is not a bad law. would you send your dog after a bear? >> eric: there are hunting dogs that track down -- >> bob: yours isn't a hunting dog. >> greg: did you -- >> dana: did you ever have a motorcycle? >> greg: no. >> dana: did anybody else? bob had one. did you try to pop a wheelie. >> bob: i did and i fell backwards. >> dana: you are the reason in illinois you're not allowed to pop a wheelie anymore. >> greg: it used to be if you flashed lights to warn drivers that cops -- >> bob: that is a good law. >> greg: but now it's legal. >> bob: they allow you to flash your lights around warn about cops and they're against it. flash a ligh
. if it never farrell's. we have some veteran people. it never fails -- >> we're teach toddlers. >> but sure enough, every year. and why did you keep your children that late. we are sometimes it- tea toddler's... >> what i have a 12 year- old, eight year old, five year-old. and that young son of yours looks like he was exhausted. >> they slept from 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. there are lively. but it happens every year. >> and i'm putting my hands together maybe i roped realize my children and watch but who would watch from home and compose a name like that? compose a letter- evil like that? >> and the, he did not waste waste any time he had 14 seasons at philadelphia but the eagles had a terrible year and the interviewed in kansas city. >> sometimes they do not like the color of your lipstick you will get a very odd comment. >> but when somebody says that you are being mean to your children. i do have feelings. and blabby? [laughter] >> a good coach will blow off the media.. >> stanford had victory at the rose bowl and they're all set up to have this interview and watch. >> you had a lot of highs
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